The discography of Lynn Anderson, an American country artist, consists of 35 studio albums, 17 compilation albums, two live albums, one tribute album, and 74 singles. She signed a recording contract with Chart Records in 1966, after her mother Liz Anderson gained success as a country songwriter and singer. Anderson's debut release was the single "In Person" in 1966, charting her first top 10 hit in 1967 "If I Kiss You (Will You Go Away)", which spawned her debut album Ride, Ride, Ride.
The Lynn Anderson Definitive Collection. Kitty Wells, Billie Jo Spears, Juice Newton, Holly Dunn, Jeanne Pruett, Lacy J. Dalton, Sandy Posey, Patsy Cline, Dolly Parton, Anne Murray, Lynn Anderson, Maria Muldaur. The Best of Lynn Anderson: Memories and Desires. Dolly Parton, Lynn Anderson. Lynn Anderson Greatest Hits. Nothing But Number 1's of the Seventies & Eighties.
I Rode In As a Stranger.
Lynn Anderson's latest project, "Cowgirl," does not disappoint. Cowgirl" swept the Western Music Awards and American Western Association Awards in 2007. She also won the Western Heritage Award from the National Cowboy Hall of Fame in 2008. Although Lynn Anderson was a staple in mainstream country music for many years, her first attempt at an all western genre CD could not have produced a more well received and enjoyable product.
Anderson, Lynn - Cowgirl I CD 1. 01. If I Had My Boots. In 1968, South buried Rose Garden on yet another album, this time his own. South, who died in September 2012, never talked in any depth about his songs, but it’s likely that a couple of his best known songs were spurred by book titles. His biggest hit, Games People Play, was the title of a pop psychology book by Eric Berne, and I Never Promised You A Rose Garden was Hannah Greene's 1964 novel about a young woman's descent into mental illness.
9. The Loan (Duet) . Lynn Anderson.
Even Cowgirls Get the Blues is the name of a studio album by country music legend Lynn Anderson released in 1980. This was Anderson's last album with Columbia records, the record company she been signed to since 1970. Anderson was deciding to go into brief retirement to marry oil tycoon Harold "Spook" Stream (whom she would later divorce) and raise her children. This was going to be her last album until 1983. Two singles were released from the album, the title track and "Blue Baby Blue" . The album's cover was one of Anderson's most sexy poses yet, showing Anderson wearing a cowboy hat and sexy cowgirl attire, including shiny spandex pants. Even Cowgirls Get the Blues" - 2:57.